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GEOMETRY
FINAL EXAM REVIEW
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MATCHING
_____reflexive
_____transitive
_____symmetric
_____substitution
_____distributive
_____definition of midpoint
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B.
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F.
_____midpoint theorem
G. If a + b = c and a = d, then d + b = c.
_____segment addition postulate
H. If D is the midpoint of ̅̅̅̅ , then AD = DB.
Fill in the blank.
a(b + c) = ab + ac
If a = b & b = c, then a = c.
If D lies between A and B, then AD + DB = AB.
If a = b, then b = a.
a=a
If D is the midpoint of ̅̅̅̅, then AD = AB.
An equilateral triangle is also a(n) ___________triangle.
The ____________ is the longest side of a right triangle.
Similar triangles have congruent corresponding ____________ and the corresponding
__________ are in proportion.
In an isosceles triangle, the __________ angle is the angle that is different.
The __________ of a triangle is a segment from a vertex to the midpoint of the
opposite side.
A(n) ____________ of a triangle is a segment from a vertex  to the opposite side.
A(n) ____________ ____________ of a segment is a line, segment, or ray  to a
segment at its midpoint.
The measure of a central angle is _________ to its intercepted arc.
Two __________________ angles have a sum of 90.
Two __________________ angles have a sum of 180.
A __________ has only 1 endpoint.
If two lines are ____________, they form right angles.
Two lines intersect in a ____________.
Two planes intersect in a ____________.
Through any three collinear points there are ____________ ___________.
Through any three non-collinear points there is __________ ________ ________.
__________ angles measure between 0 and 90.
__________ angles measure between 90 and 180.
Find the side of square with area 16 units2. ____________.
If the ratio of the measures of the angles of a triangle is 2:2:5, then the triangle is a(n)
____________ triangle.
If 4 points all lie on the same line, then the points are ____________.
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The interior angle sum of a hexagon is ____________.
The exterior angle sum of a decagon is ____________.
If each interior angle of a regular polygon is 144, then the polygon is a __________.
If each exterior angle of a regular polygon is 30, then the polygon has ____________
sides.
In a 30 - 60 - 90 triangle, the long leg is ______ times the short leg.
In a 45 - 45 - 90 triangle, the hypotenuse is ______ times the leg.
An angle inscribed in a semicircle is a __________ angle.
Write 32 in simplest radical form. ______
If  A is a right angle and m  A = (4x + 10)°, then x = __________.
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3
2
4
a
a  b
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7
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8
b
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 3 &  5 are ____________ angles & therefore are ____________.
 4 &  5 are ____________ angles & therefore are ____________.
 2 &  6 are ____________ angles & therefore are ____________.
If m  6 = (x + 5)° and m  4 = (2x + 10)°, then m  4 =______.
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True or False. A triangle may have sides of 7, 12, and 18.
To find the area of a right triangle, the ____________ can be used as the base and
height.
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̅̅̅̅ is a ____________.
̅̅̅̅ is a ____________.
̅̅̅̅ is a ____________.
⃡ is a ____________.
⃡ is a ____________.
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x = _____
m  ABD = _____
D

A
B
O
Point O is the _______________.
Point A is the _______________.
C
D
E
(3x + 10)° (4x)° (4x – 50)°
A
B
C
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x = _____
9
x
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8
4
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B and E are the midpoints of AD and AG.
If DG = 40, then CF _____.
A
B
E
C
F
D
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Find the perimeter of a right triangle with legs 6 and 8. _____
If the diagonals of a rhombus are 20 and 36, then the area is _____.
Find the area of a right triangle whose hypotenuse is 25 and whose leg is 7. _____
Name the theorem or postulate used to prove the triangles congruent.
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__________
C
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m
= _____
m
=_____
m  COB = _____
m  AOB = _____
Draw  ACB. m  ACB = ______
A
O
E
B
Given: O is the center.
m
= 130
D
Z
XYZ
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is an equilateral triangle.
ZY = _____
m  Z = _____
altitude = _____
X
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Area of Circle = _____
Area of Square = _____
Area of shaded region = _____
Circumference of Circle = _____
Perimeter of Square = _____
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Area of parallelogram = _____
8ft
Y
5
12
60
20
Round your answer to the nearest whole number or degree.
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Find x  ___________.
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Find y  _____________
y
6.1
37
35
x°
4
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A ladder is positioned against a house at a 65 angle. The ladder is 10
feet tall. How far away from the house is the base of the ladder? Round
your answer to the nearest tenth.
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x = _____
y = _____
z = _____
x
y
z
105
120
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x = _____
x
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2 tangent lines drawn to a circle from the same point are __________.
If the diagonals of a quadrilateral are , then the quad. is a ______ or a ________.
If the diagonals of a quad. are  and , then the quad. is a ____________.
If the diagonals of a quad. are , then the quad. is a ____________ or a ___________.
The legs of an isosceles trapezoid are 10 ft. and the bases are 10 ft. and 22 ft. The
length of the median is _____. The area of the trapezoid is ___________.
In a parallelogram, ______ angles are supplementary and _______ angles are congruent.
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Given ∆XYZ  ∆RSN, then  Y  _____ and XZ  _____.
x = _____
x
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150
80 
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O is the center & WX is tangent to Circle O.
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m
= 100, m
W
= 90, m  X = _____
is a __________ arc.
O
X
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90.
Y
Z
is a __________ arc.
Find the volume of a rectangular prism with length 6 in, width 3 in, and height 4 in.
Find the total (surface) area of a cylinder with radius 4 m and height of 3 m.
The total (surface) area of a cylinder is 66π cm2 and the radius is 3 cm. Find the volume.
What is the volume of a cone whose radius is 9 and slant height is 13?
The total (surface) area of a sphere is 64  . Find the radius of the sphere.
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B
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Find m  BCD.
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Given: Y is the midpoint of XZ and WV .
Prove:  W   V
V
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Y
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Z
B
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List the sides from largest to smallest.
70°
80°
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C
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Points A, B, and C are collinear. If AC = 8, BC = 6, and AB = 14, which point is in between
the other two? ________________
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OA = 8 and m  AOB = 90. Find AB.
O
A
B
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In
O, the radius is 41, and XZ = 18, find OM.
X
O
Y
M
Z
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Find the scale factor of two rectangles if the perimeters are 36 cm and 48 cm
respectively.
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Name the transformation.
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Name the transformation that maps
ABC to ADE.
A
D
E
B
C
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Two similar polygons are shown. Find the scale factor and the value of x.
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YZ = √ and XZ = √ . Find XY. Answer in simplified radical form.
Y
X
Z
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Describe the triangle with sides of 8, 2√ , 9.
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If the hypotenuse in an isosceles right triangle measures 6√ ft., then the length of
each leg is ________.
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Find the volume of a square pyramid with base edge 5 in. and height 3 in.
Answers
Matching
E, B, D, G, A, H, F, C
Fill in the Blank
1)
Equiangular
2)
Hypotenuse
3)
Angles; sides
4)
Vertex
5)
Median
6)
Altitude
7)
Bisector
8)
Equal
9)
Complementary
10)
Supplementary
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Ray
12)
Perpendicular
13)
Point
14)
Line
15)
Infinite Planes;
Exactly One Plane
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Acute
17)
Obtuse
18)
4 units
19)
Isosceles
20) Collinear
21)
720°
22) 360°
23) Decagon
24) 12
25) √
26) √
27) Right
28)
√
29) 20
30) Same Side Int.;
Supplementary
31)
Alt Int;
Congruent
32) Corresponding;
Congruent
33) 120°
34) True
35) Legs
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77)
78)
Radius
Diameter
Chord
Secant
Tangent
Center
Point of Tangency
20
70°
6
30
24 units
360 units2
84 units2
SAS
ASA
HL or AAS
SSS
50°
50°
50°
180°
90°
8
60°
√
25π units2
100 units2
(100 – 25π) units2
10π units
40 units
√ units2
57°
28
4.2 ft.
75°
75°
30°
3
Congruent
Rhombus; square
Square
Rectangle; Square
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80)
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84)
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90)
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92)
15 ft. and 128 ft2
Consecutive;
Opposite
S; ̅̅̅̅
70°
35°
Minor
Major
72 units3
56π units2
72π cm3
54π√ units3
4
75°
Y is the midpoint
of ̅̅̅̅ and ̅̅̅̅̅
(Given), ̅̅̅̅
̅̅̅̅ ̅̅̅̅̅ ̅̅̅̅
(Def of Midpoint),
(Vertical Angles
are Congruent),
93)
94)
95)
96)
(SAS),
(CPCTC)
̅̅̅̅ ̅̅̅̅ ̅̅̅̅
C
8√
40
97)
98)
99)
Reflection
Dilation
100)
and x =
101)
102)
103)
104)
√
Obtuse
6 ft.
25 in3